Seeking "off road" camper
Hello, I am new to the forum and in my first 55 years have camped in tents and the back of my pickup. I live in Interior Alaska and have finally decided that when the mosquitoes are nasty or the weather is cold and rainy, I want to be able to cook/eat/sleep/poop inside.
It's hard to find a big selection of campers here, especially in Fairbanks. I'm actually quite interested in an r-pod, but am also looking into the Jayco 154BH with Baja package.
My intent is to travel a lot of gravel roads, some of which are not always the best. I'm used to these kinds of roads and for the most part, find that sometimes they are better than the paved roads we have here. But, now and then, they get a bit dicey. I have seen a non-Baja Jayco Jay Lite, and felt like maybe it was a bit flimsy. I have also found some online reviews which seem to confirm this. Owners, after the fact, have upgraded. I'm wondering if anybody here has the experience to give a useful opinion on how the Baja version of a Jayco 154BH might fare on frequent gravel roads in Alaska.
I'm also looking into the Jayco Hardwall "A-frame" and the r-pod.